Black Morel (Morchella elata)

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Black Morel (Morchella Elata), or “The Sponge Mushroom”, is the less commonly known of the morels. It can be found naturally almost anywhere East of the Rocky Mountains in well-drained soil under trees, typically from March through June.

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Black Morel (Morchella Elata), or “The Sponge Mushroom”, is the less commonly known of the morels. It can be found naturally almost anywhere East of the Rocky Mountains in well-drained soil under trees, typically from March through June.

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  • Generously filled 10cc liquid culture syringe
  • 1.5” 18 gauge sterile dispensing needle
  • Isopropyl alcohol swab(s)
  • Syringe Storage Guide
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Black Morel mushrooms can be found naturally almost anywhere East of the Rocky Mountains in well-drained soil under trees, typically from March through June.
Black Morel, along with White Morel, are quite finicky when it comes to the right growing conditions. One year you can find a bountiful harvest, and the next year the same location will be provide little to nothing. They are typically found in well drained soil under trees anywhere east of the Rocky Mountains, USA.
A well-cooked morel can have an earthy, woodsy, or nutty flavor, while the Black Morel has a more smokey flavor. Morel mushrooms are rich in magnesium, potassium, manganese, zinc, phosphorus, and iron. Because of the extremely high levels of iron, many people use morels to treat anemia and increase the potential for optimal brain function. Morel mushrooms are a gourmet delight that must be thoroughly cooked to remove the hydrazine toxins and avoid stomach issues.*
Black Morel gourmet mushrooms are suitable for quite advanced, to almost experimental growing. Our Black Morel gourmet liquid culture syringes are guaranteed to be free of contamination and contain healthy live mycelium.. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. Always consult with a physician or health care professional before taking any dietary, nutritional, herbal, or homeopathic supplement. We use HEPA air filtration to maintain a positively pressurized “clean room” environment. All spore syringe production takes place in our clean-room laboratories in front of laminar flow hoods, using laboratory-grade borosilicate glassware, surgical steel tools, and medical-grade syringes and tip caps. Our equipment, tools, and work surfaces are kept clean using both UVC and autoclave sterilization.

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I am trying to do my due diligence with research on the morel mushrooms. I want to be able to sustain an indoor growing setup. I know it's only been done by a very few, and I mean a very few, people. So before I start this adventure I have a few more thing to figure out, like a proper humidifier system that would suit the needs of grow morels. After that I will start working on the proper fruiting substrate. I do plan on buying some diffrent culinary mushroom spores to grow in the mean time because mushrooms are a favorite around the house. And a little education on gardening.

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Black Morel (Morchella elata)

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Black Morel (Morchella Elata), or “The Sponge Mushroom”, is the less commonly known of the morels. It can be found naturally almost anywhere East of the Rocky Mountains in well-drained soil under trees, typically from March through June.

Availability: In stock

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